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inspire our students. let's solve this. >>> cnbc's jane wells joins us now with the latest. >> they say it is not about the money. federal mediate or has been hir. ships are backing up. companies like home depot say it is starting to impact their supply chains. here is the issue. it doesn't appear to be about the money. up to 11 weeks of days off. theion onwants fellow union members to fill in on those dates and management doesn't want to do that if those people aren't needed. the union is using technology which is decreasing the need for people. >> like computers. >> yes. >> this is one of your greatest moments. 11 weeks off and guaranteed security. did i get that right? >> yes, you did. but the bigger issue here they say is the guaranteed job security. they say we will feel it is guaranteed if you put language in the contract saying you will never outsource these jobs. management not willing to do that. >> i didn't know such a thing was still debated. that is incredible. >> many thanks. i guess. always many thanks to jane wells. you didn't make it up. so now the question is, will pres
quite different. jane wells will join us on why american consumers keep spending as we head towards the cliff. >> first, we have analysis on the biggest upgrade of the day. tsoro, yum brands and vera bradley. [ male announcer ] when gloria and her financial advisor made a retirement plan, they considered all her assets, even those held elsewhere, giving her the confidence to pursue all her goals. when you want a financial advisor who sees the whole picture, turn to us. wells fargo advisors. michael, back with me, crediting te sora saying quote we think tesoro shares will rally with the season recovery in west cracks and closure of the carson city refinely acquisition. the west cracks. >> you know, let's not talk about that. >> 89% higher. what do you think of this? >> i think it will rally with oil commodity prices. i think it is a positive stock. i agree. >> you like that. let's move on to goldman sachs. upgrading yum brands. goldman noting quote that recent soft china same store sales and resulting uncertainty provide a good entry point, shares of yum down more than 6%. >> inflexi
but returns and holiday gift cards ensure that the busy season is not over. jane wells joins me live from los angeles with a story. how are the gift card sale this is year? >> reporter: well, they were very good, richard. i'm at the grove getting ready to open up in a few hours and people are expected to come here and ignoring the tweet you quoted saying home and relax. retailers don't want you to stay home and relax. showing the gift card video, the most popular we're told is starbucks, you got walmart in that top five, target and macy's and visa and mastercard and researchers say they reach a record $110 billion in gift card sales this year, expected to top $130 billion by 2015. we asked consumers if they like them and buying more and from where. listen. >> i think more this year, again, it is like a lot more convenient. >> they're convenient. you know? they fit in the card. easy to take on the plane and go home, too. >> i like walmart, places like that. they have them, big selection of things. >> macy's or jcpenney. >> somebody give me, i spend it. >> reporter: i'm with her. more people ar
or other unwanted christmas gifts. jane wells is in los angeles with the cost to retailers. good morning, jane. >> reporter: hey, carl. i'm at the northridge fashion center. you know, it's usually that returns would go up this time of year, but the big change, the big component is the growth in online shopping. because if you get something online, there's a greater likelihood that it won't fit right or you won't like it. so that's a big reason. and retailers really want to maintain their relationship with you and returning could not be any easier now. liquidity services, which handles return inventory for retailers like walmart says overall returns, this is pure returns, not exchanges, in 2012 are up 21% to $263 billion, but for the holidays, they will jump a record 37% to $63 billion, which would be about 10 to 11% of all purchases if the projections bear out for total shopping. >> the retailers want to see an exchange, but more and more, consumers are demanding returns and not just exchanges. so once again, i think it's a fine line that the retailer is trying to walk. but ultimately, i
jane wells knows for sure. jane? >> tyler, i'm out here at city walk. prepare yourself. i have something good to say about retail, including one store, the only store i have never shopped at. i didn't know one existed. we will have that after the break. >> announcer: if congress fails to intervene, over $1 billion will be cut from the afghanistan security forces fund which helps afghanistan to develop its own security forces. omnipotent of . you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. yes, you could. and you wouldn't have it any other way.e. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready anytime the moment's right. you can be more confident in your ability to be ready. and the same cialis is the only daily
for a countdown. we get you. fine. it is not too early for something else. jane wells live until sunny southern california. jane. >> hi, tyler. one of the best things about being in the malls, there's no more christmas music. up next, we've been talking about returns. how many returns to retailers are fraudulent, and are you still getting hurt because someone you gave a gift to didn't like it. get over it. everyone else has. we'll have that after the break. . they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. a smart way to help manage hunger and diabetes. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. let'for an idea.s - a grand idea called america. the idea that if you work hard, if you have a dream, if you work with your neighbors... you can do most anything. this led to other ideas like liberty and rock 'n' roll. to free markets, free enterprise, and free refills. it put a man on the moon and a phone in your pocket. our country's gone through a lot over the centuries and a half. but this idea isn't fragile. when tim
since 2008 according to one measure. will holiday gift cards give stores a big boost? jane wells is live. is mario lopez there? he hangs out there, right? >> reporter: mario, love you! no, he's not here. we will talk about gift cards next, which ones are the best to use, which ones are the most people are buying and we are also going to look at how some retailers have developed a new strategy starting for after christmas. >>> i'm the operating partner of exchange bar and grill located in new york city. i'm annoyed. i'm annoyed with the fiscal cliff. we're looking at not knowing what's going to happen. we fall off this cliff and everyone gets affected. there's no trickle down effect. it's more like a slush. we will lose income. the question is, how much income are we going to lose. if we fall off the cliff, the fear is that we fall off the cliff, not slowly glide down the cliff. big government at this point needs to understand that we should be able to trust you to do the right thing, put politics aside, think about us, the people. that's why we have government. fix it. a raise your rate
christmas. jane wells is in california. what's the scene like, jane? >> well, not much of a scene yet, melissa. the mall doesn't open for another hour. macy's, though, is open. you can't enter it from the mall, you have to enter it from the outside. i keep walking over to see if anyone's in here. other than employees. and i see two employees. no customers. so i'm not sure it's worth it. a lot of people are writing off this holiday as losing steam. but not piper jaffray, which said over the past week, quote, the holiday may actually home. comscore datas tracking ahead of expectations with a 53% jump in sales last week year over year, and that includes ecommerce. here at the mall, we are seeing sales, sales, sales. what does that mean for profits, profits, profits and margins? for retailers, it may be okay compared to a year ago when they were dealing with higher cotton prices. >> this year we've seen about half that cost retrace, or fall, and so you have an advantage with margins this year that we didn't see last year. we're actually looking for better margins year over year across the
frugal guys get out there. jane wells, thank you -- >> reporter: that really is procrastinating. >>> appreciate it. he's made his list, checked it twice. in a nnorad will be tracking his travels. joining from us colorado spring. lieutenant general, thank you for joining us. >> the operation is going full swing since 4:00 this morning, tracking santa all over the world to deliver the gifts to all the good boys and girls out there. right now we see that santa has been spotted last in perth, australia. >> so what does the timing look like? >> after australia, he's now heading toward the settlement christmas aisle and should be there in approximately 26 seconds. everybody can track santa via various means. first of all we have our website at www.noradsanta.org. you can call one of our 1200 volunteers at 1-877 -ia-norad. 1612,000 on twitters, and we have received so far over 13,000 calls at our command center. >> it is serious business there, lieutenant general. some have hats, some without, but tracking sandy for us, as he makes his way toward the united states. thank you very much,
post-christmas rush for retailers. jane wells is going to join us to break it all down. jane? >> well, you know, this is the week of giving back. giving back the gift you don't want. why do americans do so many returns? can't we just say thank you? and what is the gift we return more than anything else? you may be surprised. find out after the break. power down your little word game. i think your friends will understand. oh no, it's actually my geico app...see? ...i just uh paid my bill. did you really? from the plane? yeah, i can manage my policy, get roadside assistance, pretty much access geico 24/7. sounds a little too good to be true sir. i'll believe that when pigs fly. ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. you can stay in and like something... or you can get out there and actually like something. the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection. [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. time for citi price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really do
people are going where the jobs are this holiday season with their rvs in tow. jane wells is in nevada. good morning. >> reporter: hey, carl, not sure we have a lot of apple shareholders here but i'll check. you want a job? find the work, up next we hit the open road visiting rv parks filled with seasonal workers working at places like amazon, called work campers. meet one, after the break. [ male announcer ] what can you experience in a seat? inspiration. great power. iconic design. exhilarating performance. [ race announcer ] audi once again has created le mans history! [ male announcer ] and once in a great while... all of the above. take your seat in the incomparable audi a8. take advantage of exceptional values on the audi a8 during the season of audi event. ♪ look this isn't my first christmas. these deals all seem great at the time... but later... [ shirt ] merry christmas, everybody! not so much. ho ho ho! this isn't that kind of deal. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. s
take the pulse of retail this christmas eve with ms. jane wells. jane? >> bill, it's beginning to look a lot like 2007 says one analyst. is that good or bad? and which discount every store has today. only one number. we'll have it after the break. >>> welcome back. we all know that the web is supposed to give shoppers the best deals at the click of a button. right? well, a "wall street journal" report finds that's not always the case. in fact, some online retailers are charging consumers more depending on where they live and how close they are to competitors. take a look at these price comparisons at staples. two shoppers bought the same swingline stapler but the price difference was nearly 11%, bill. >> depending on where they -- if the person lived closer to a competitor of staples, they got the lower price. now, can this price discrimination backfire onion line retailers? nicholas carlson a business insider thinks so. he joins us to make his case. i guess it back fires if you find out you paid more. if you paid less it is not such a bad deal, right? >> that's right. merry christmas.
in droves scrambling to find those late last minute bargains. c nbsz's jane wells is live for us from glendale, california. jane, what kind of traffic have we been seeing in stores today? i know it's still early out there. >> well, yeah, but you know, it's not that early. it is christmas eve, and most people are off. i'm here at the galleria, one of the largest malls in l.a. what the mall is telling us is that going into this final stretch people are arriving later and they are staying later, but the fear is that this lull that has been happening generally after black friday or christmas eve has gotten longer and longer and that people may not just be procrastinating, but they're not spending as much. richard jafy says we'll have to see what happens today. >> we've seen this trend for the last 20 years that the consumer procrastinates, waits for better pricing, and then is rewarded for waiting, finds greater discounts that last ten days or two weeks, and shops with a real fever. >> what we're hearing is people are more interested in price hand in merchandise, and there's only one comp
and the potential fiscal cliff, there are a number of new laws set to take place. jane wells will bring you some of the more interesting one ones coming up after the break. a special report on the housing market in 2013. will this year's turnaround see an even higher run up. >>> if a budget is not agreed upon by congress, americans in the top 1% will see a federal tax increase of over 7%. ♪ [ cows moo ] [ sizzling ] more rain... [ thunder rumbles ] ♪ [ male announcer ] when the world moves... futures move first. learn futures from experienced pros with dedicated chats and daily live webinars. and trade with papermoney to test-drive the market. ♪ all on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> coming up at the top of the hour, phil gross is live to defend the forecast that's the talk of wall street. he'll tell you the best place to mauk mon make money in the new year. and tom lee gives you his prediction to stocks. and green mountain has had a big comeback. one stock, two opinions. definitely can't afford to miss. carl, see you in about 15. >>> 2012 of course marked a real turnaround in housing
's jane wells is at the mall in california. jane, just how many people are out there. >> 50% off. no self-respecting store is without such a discount today. tracking into the weekend suggests it's beginning to look a lot like christmas 2007, says craig johnson of customer growth partners. he tells me sales have decelerated all through december. he now expects only 2.8% sales growth for the holiday. that is the slowest since the end of the recession, and they had a take on this weekend. >> in general people were a little bit flat, a little bit tepid, nervous because there's sti still. >> some are already starting the blame game. they say if this turns out to be a lackluster holiday, it could be due to americans feeling gloomy over this horrible shooting in connecticut, but marshall cohen is saying retailers were having problems long before that tragedy. he says, "the lack of sales is due to the lack of excitement in merchandise and to blame it on this terrible disaster upsets me, and then there's the concern everyone has about debt. people are avoiding it. >> we're seeing delinquency rates
but returns and holiday gift cards ensure the busy season isn't over. cnbc's jane wells joins us now. you're not in pajamas. joins us now with more. >> how would you know? a nice big coat. >> your ticker says your dreams all came true, i understand. >> we will get to that in a minute. i'm at the grove in west l.a. i don't think we're west l.a., kind of l.a.-l.a. here, near television city. december 26th may seem like the ghost of christmas past. it really isn't. this is still a big day because of gift cards. retailers, this is the day they start redeeming the cards and hope people spend extra. 30% of people receiving gift cards plan to spend at least $25 more than the total amount. gift cards were growing double digits annually until the recession when it stopped. >> it's clearly rebounded and beyond the previous levels it had been at before the recessio recession. >> i think more of this year. again, it's like a lot more convenient. >> they're convenient and fit in the card and easy to take in the plane to go home to. >> like wal-mart, places like that, they have a big selection of thing
. jane wells is live in l.a. with more on that story. good morning, jane. >> hi, carl. lighting up in seattle is one thing. figuring out how these laws are going to work is another. pot possession may be legal in washington, but it will be another year before the state sets up the bureaucracy, creating a network of legal growers and retailers. they're going to have to set standards for thc. but what about pricing? the state is hoping to raise $600 million a year for pot and they say it could add 5% to gross state product by 2017. but ktlu reports the state's office of finance management says retail prices and medical pot clinics are already $3er gram higher than street prices and you add in taxes. are people going to pay more if they can get it for less. and in colorado, its pot law goes into effect next month but the governor is in no rush. the voters approved it. colorado's general attorney told us even the medical marijuana law there wasn't working. >> what we have in colorado today is a sham. it's not going to be helped by legalizing it on a state level when it's still legal on
. are holiday shoppers ignoring the fiscal cliff? jane wells is live in canoga park, california with more on that. jane? >> melissa -- >> that sweat, jane, that's awesome. >> thank you so much. >> is she pregnant? >> even the doors with the westfield mall here in a few hours, i will explain why i'm wearing this hideous sweat shortly. but the fact is sales are up here so far this year the male saying -- the mall did see a lull after the holiday. piper jaffray says sales run 1.5% from last year around expects the trends to speed one 40% of them still ahead of us a couple trends we are seeing bear out, the consumer federation says more people plan to spend more this year and there has been a huge jump in using cash over credit. listen. >> spending more or less than last year? >> um, probably just a little bit more. i think that things have gotten just a little bit better. >> the economy, i think, is just a tad bit better this year, think so i think more people are out shopping this year than last year. >> actually, i'm spending more this year. >> cash or credit? >> this year it is all cash.
cards today. and many unhappy returns. up next, jane wells will be with us in l.a. with the lowdown. good morning. >> hi, simon. yeah, you were just talking about it a little bit. there's been this transition from my generation, yes, i'm old, i like to gift, even if i don't like it, to my kids, 20, 22, they just want gift cards they don't care about the thought. give them the money. and is it enough to save christmas. we'll have that after the break. >>> welcome back to "squawk on the street." i'm bertha coombs at the nymex. we have a nice little rally. if you're long, it's looking pretty good. nymex leading the energy complex. we had the contract here go above $91. that's a two-month high for the current contract. partly we've seen a little bit of a weakening of the dollar. that has certainly helped commodities. also optimism about the fact they're getting back to work in washington to try to avert the year-end fiscal cliff situation. meantime, one of the things that's interesting is how wti nymex has performed. year-to-date it has been the worst performer with regard to its loss v
. argo got five nominations as well as the jane doe and chained. other nominees are live of high and zero dark 30. the golden globes will be held january 13th with comediennes tina say and amy polar posting. stella had at 7:00 a richmond city employees blowing the whistle on the assistant city manager alleging she is running a private business using city resources. it is a story you only see on kron4. the warriors giving basketball fans and the bay area something to be really excited about. we will have more on the big sucking wind and gary at 745. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of happier holidays. time to enchant, delight and amaze. safeway will help you gather everyone round. a smoked, shank half ham is only 99 cents a pound. get breyer's ice cream for $2.88 and dessert will surely shine. make it a grand finale with starbucks just $6.99. turns out this season less is really so much more. so make your holiday merrier than ever before. safeway. ingredients for life.
in long beach, california, intensifying this weekend with no resolution. jane wells is live at the port of los angeles with the very latest. jane? >> reporter: hey melissa. negotiations are expecteded to start up again this morning but that's not stopping the strike. you have 800 clerical workers that walked out after not having a contract for over two years. it's the longshoremen honor the picket line that has brought everything to a standstill. the national retail federation is asking the president to interve intervene. the work stoppage is increasing shipping costs a billion a delay. each day of the strike affects 0.1 of 1% of far east north american shipping volume. an east port strike is also looming if an agreement is not reached by december 29th. cargo airlines, china, korean air and the union is striking to make sure that jobs performed by union workers stay union jobs after these workers retire. management says they don't want to do that. they call it featherbedding and claim they offered compensation packages for senior employees worth $109,000. time off for most senior people
speaking up. jane wells tweeted yesterday where he said i go and turn on my tv it looks like it's 30 years old when i'm watching the tv and jane said he needs to buy a new tv obviously. he's got awn of the old black and -- i guess. but i thought it was funny because i -- anyway, sorry. >>> julia boorstin joins us to talk about all the buzz surrounding netflix this week. is it a takeover candidate, julia? >> well, i actually think that reed hastings is going to try to get to get netflix's house in order, they've been living down the i would say communications snafu and i would say a public relations disaster when they tried to hike up prices and split off streaming the dvd business and ever since then reed hastings has been trying to show investors he knows what he's doing and i think that the disney deal he just struck earlier this week is a real landmark for the company and shows that netflix can compete on the same level as an hbo and showtime and stars and i think he'll try to secure a deal like that and he's in the process of making the company more valuable and he'll probably try to c
the malls for last-minute gifts, while not yet. it's a bit early in california. cnbc's jane wells joins us now with more. just one time of the year, jane, where even back here in the jersey suburbs that's like l.a. in terms of traffic. everybody is out. i mean, just huge jams, trying to get to the malls. it's hideous. yeah, look at you. >> well, right now the only other person with me at the galleria is another reporter from the local nbc station. actually macy's here at the galleria is open. it has been open around the clock. but, i'm looking. i see two employees, no shoppers. and the verdict really is still out on this holiday shopping season. the lull between black friday and today keeps getting longer. and, in fact, shopper track has now lowered its holiday sales forecast from 3.3% growth to only 2.5%. but consumer reports predicts nearly one in ten of us will still be shopping today. shoppers have learned to wait, because they're rewarded with last-minute price slashing. retailers hope consumers are just procrastinating, and not, heaven forbid, stopping their shopping. >> we've seen t
santa use faster than light technology or a time travel and we haven't heard of. >> clay lon or jane? >> well, i will tell you, it is my magical night that i am able to get around to the homes. but i need their help, too. by stay nothing bed so when i come to their home, i can get all of the work done. it helps me so much. santa carroll tweeted to usment what are your favorite cook ies left last night. >> cookies is a subject i would lining to talk about. chocolate ship . sugar cookies when the children decorated and mill cookies and oreos. every cookie was outstanding and family. >> got a cookie hang over this morning. >> santa we had problems earlier onlet show because clayton and i said our gifts were wrapped by you. but ai nsley's gifts were never wrapped. >> sometimes i like to be different. it is according to when the list checks up. some are wrapped and some i like to wrap them and so it is it a surprise. >> and they were saying it is because it was a last minute thought . maybe not as good as they were. that's not the case. >> not at all. >> sometimes you hand in your list la
our group? our jane wells has done more than her share of shopping this season and join us with the score. >> thwe always blame the weathe but this year, we can really blame the weather t is toer by store and company by company. one company look at sales using government data and a team of a dozen people that go to 50 ven news. according to his research who are the holiday winners? at the top of his list, cost co-boy, there trying to get a standing rib roast on monday, like we were, yikes, like grand central station. also, urban outfitters, michael coors, home depot not usually thought of as a holiday play, but sales growth there has not just been due to superstorm sandy. perhaps the biggest surprise, jc penney undergoing a positive turn, even as we speak, despite jack pin neigh appearing ton a do-or-die list for 2013, "the wall street journal." a big year ahead for ceo ron johnson, leads us to craig johnson's list of disappointments, ron johnson's old employer, apple, outside the apple store in the grove yesterday in l.a., yes, you heard me, he dissed apple. well, kind of.
exchange. 6:45 live to jane king for an update. >>> in a few hours pearl harbor survivors as well as military and coast guard veterans will place a wreath in alameda to mark the 71st anniversary of the japanese attack on the pearl harbor base in hawaii. it will be followed by a 20 within gun salute. more than 2400 americans died when the japanese bombed pearl harbor in a surprise attack december 7th, 1941. the attack helped usher the u.s. into world war ii. 3:45 in afternoon sons and daughters of survivors will attend the 48th annual beacon lighting in honor of pearl harbor day. >>> the iphone is likely coming to t-mobile in the new year, the company says it will add apple products in 2013 the company didn't mention the iphone by name and misses say it is likely the -- >>> san francisco-based site zynga wants a real money gambling experience for users. the company has filed an application for a gambling license with nevada regulators. zynga need as decisional revenue sources interests in farmville and words has been falling dramatic zynga lost almost 53 million dollars in the thir
gaskell, as well as well-known ones like jane austen and dickens and george areas. the american writer i like very much from that period or a little later is edith walton. great favorite of mine. i like her because she is the real storyteller but always kind of fiercely intelligent. her analysis of her characters always amaze you but that isn't all. she doesn't just do that, she tells you a real story. she is a great favorite of mine. >> before i turn this back over -- i want to ask a personal favor of you and ask you to sign this book. [applause] >> by the way -- you will have a chance to do the same. >> while they are signing i want to introduce myself, dale gregory, vice president of public programs and how thrilling it is to have you all here in these two charming gentlemen, i am sure you will agree and i want to remind you the book is on sale in the museum store, book signing will be out the back doors, i am so happy that you came, that that you said yes, we want to thank you, charles osgood, and ken follett, for agreeing -- it must have been immediately too. it was wonderful. [appl
of the year. >> trades underway on wall street as you can see, live look from the big board dow is flat we'll go live to jane king at the new york stock exchange coming up next. >>> each port of oakland reporting 32° now frost in a lot of areas except san francisco where coolest temperature 37° forest hill area. sunshine, high clouds, low to mid 50s today. doppler across the state quiet now if you are heading north we had the black ice this morning, rain and higher elevation snow around eureka, crescent city and mount shasta during the afternoon. socal upper -- [ unintelligible ] see rather quiet now. today or tomorrow good -- sierra is quiet now if you can get there today or tomorrow good. >>> breaking news, we've just learned that robert bork has died, a legal scholar best known for being nominated to the supreme court by president reagan in 1987 that nomination failed. he's also known for his role in the saturday night massacre during the nixon administrator when he fired cox and the attorney general of the u.s. would not and resigned in protest robert bork was 84-years-old. >>> more on
negotiations. dow is up 22 points. we'll take you live to jane >>> welcome back. you can see light rain in the green there all the way over to cloverdale heading north out of windsor towards cloverdale you are going to run into slick streets. rain mainly in the north bay more widespread from noon into 4:00 the rest of us will get light rain into the evening. this time tomorrow will be the most difficult commute because of the wet weather, scattered showers tomorrow afternoon, drier for thursday and friday. >>> 6 life can't be terrible for either, all next right here on "good morning america." >> should we be singing you're the one i want, you're the one i want? >> no. well done, we have john travolta, olivia newton john news that is also ahead, we've got it all covered. >> this three-part harmony would be two-part harmony. >> come on let's hear it. >>> 6:46. u.s. navy denying claims that iran has captured a drone. spokesman says no american drones are missing in the mideast now that word just came overnight. iran claimed it had captured a u.s. drone after it ended the country's airgg#bx
alone becoming a part of the political system. stuart: well said kelly jane. thank you very much for joining us. we appreciate your input on this. >> thanks for taking about this. stuart: yeah, well, you know, it is a good subject. 20 women, it's a record high will be in the senate next year. the washington post says they will bring certain characteristics with them and maybe we will get some kind of compromise. i frankly disagree with that because i'm not sure i want a compromise along the lines that the washington post wants to compromise on. that's my own point of view. kelly jane, thank you very much indeed. >> thank you. stuart: all right, scott, go ahead, ruin my day. go. >> you know -- stuart: you want to pay more taxes. you think that women will vote for more taxes. so you're in favor of this. >> no, i'm not in favor of it. i don't think women are going to vote for more taxes. i think bringing women into the fold is fair. they should be treated equally. that's what we've been talking about, everything equal, no discrimination. i don't see there's any problem by bringing m
. live look at the big board. dow is up 17 points. over the 13,000 mark. we'll check without is happening with jane king live at the new york stock exchange, next. >> reporter: i'm live at ricky's in san leandro after the break i will introduce to you some of these die-hard fans and tell you how raiders have factored into their >>> you know what all those neighborhoods have in common? no rain. mist and drizzle, but by noon break in the cloud cover temperatures will warm into the low to mid 60s in most neighborhoods coast may stay longer than the cloud cover upper 50s possible plus west wind bringing cooler air again the coast from out over the ocean. entire state doppler radar dry now temperatures mainly in the mid 50s fresno, los angeles and san diego mid 60s. 40 tahoe, palm springs 80°. >>> we check in now with josh elliot for what is coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. >>> good thursday to you both to all of new the bay area. coming up, exclusive, this morning the utah mother who gave her baby up for adoption but didn't tell the father led to a bitter custody battle for the f
dowell. >> coming up chemical weapons in syria and israel, a lot going on in the middle east. we'll cover it with jane harman. the royal baby on board. this is "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. [ female announcer ] think a thick cream is the only way to firm skin? challenge the need for such heavy measures with olay. regenerist micro-sculpting serum for firmer skin in 5 days. pretty heavy lifting for such a lightweight. [ female announcer ] olay regenerist. i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a trick to get my spot? [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- what starts with adding a friend... ♪ ♪ ...could end with adding a close friend. ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is on, offering some of our best values of the year. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> topping the headlines on "andrea mitchell reports" kansas city poli
, doctors, lawyers, contractors we may well see more of them. dietz says he may have lost nearly a million dollars from jane perez's nasty reviews. >>> not much progress, but a bit of promise tonight in our fiscal cliff notes. today president obama and house speaker john boehner spoke on the phone about the looming budget cuts, but as of now, no evidence there's any future negotiations scheduled. a new poll by the associated press shows 48% of those asked support letting tax cuts expire january 1st for those earning more than $250,000 a year, but extending them for everybody else. just 32% say the cuts ought to be extended across the board. joining us now to talk fiscal cliff and ramifications for all of us around here in the d.c. area, virginia congress member gerry connolly, a democrat representing annandale, parts of prince herndon county, fairfax, welcome, sir. we know the arguments by now, very familiar. the president wants to cut off the tax cuts for everybody making over a quarter million. john boehner and the house republicans would rather see deductions and hoop holes closed. why
: thank you. >> we have been talking to supervisor of jane kim. watch for the next episode when we will be back. >> well, good morning, good morning, everyone, and thank you for joining us. here in the outer sunset on a, what is looking to be a beautiful day, my name is joaquin torres, with the work force development lead intion mayor lee's program look tog coordinate city resources both existing and new to serve our neighborhoods in need and to serve our small business commercial corridors. one of the things that has been so important to the mayor is making sure that we're attentive and listening to the streets and there is certainly no one better to know that than mayor lee who has been both our director of public works, then moved on to being city administrator, and now our mayor of our city. so, to make the announcement of this new program that will benefit merchants and small businesses up and down corridors like the one we're here on today, i'd like to invite further direction, mayor lee. thank you, mayor. (applause) >> thank you. it's great to be out here in sunset out in ir
activations there as well. 243 a share, relatively high level and 260's were the high, down two bucks as of now. hours to go, no deal as of now. the fiscal cliff, now, restrain your emotions, please, kelly jane from the weekly standard is here. welcome back. conventional wisdom says that republicans get all the blame for this mess whether we go over the cliff or not, they get the blame. do you agree with that? >> i agree that seems to be the conventional wisdom. i'm not sure that should be though. people forget that it's not as if we didn't see this coming. nobody is blaming the deficit reduction supercommittee and the fact of their failure to have a bipartisan agreement is really what triggered this fiscal cliff in the the first place. stuart: is it a failure of president obama to lead? i mean, else's the president of the united states of america. we are facing a fiscal crisis right now, an economic crisis, for heaven's sake. shouldn't we expect the president to go a long way towards dealing with this and leading us out of it? and i don't see it, frankly. >> i don't either. and i thi
jane harman joins us. and in the line of fire, we'll hear from one of the women challenging the pentagon's ban of women in combat. plus, musician, composure, teacher winston mar sal less on a quarter century of jazz lincoln center all that next on "andrea mitchell reports." want to try to crack it? yeah, that's the way to do it! now we need a little bit more... [ male announcer ] at humana, we understand the value of quality time and personal attention. which is why we are proud to partner with health care professionals who understand the difference that quality time with our members can make... that's a very nice cake! ohh! [ giggles ] [ male announcer ] humana thanks the physicians, nurses, hospitals, pharmacists and other health professionals who helped us achieve the highest average star rating among national medicare companies... and become the first and only national medicare advantage company to achieve a 5-star rating for a medicare plan... your efforts result in the quality of care and service we're able to provide... which means better health outcomes... and more q
for coming along. and jane connors, who is the building manager. she will lead us on a walk through the building as we move along and talk about that as well. this is a fund and a unique place in san francisco, big, open space. a couple of times a week this is filled with a marketplace. >> 100 farmers. they are here on saturday. the farmers market is out front, and also on tuesday's we have about 60 farmers out front. >> and that is on the plaza? >> on saturday it is back here, and on tuesday it is in the front. >> i guess i am interested in what happens. we have a plaza where the ferry boats used to come. what happened? >> the whole backside of the building was originally line for ferryboats. it could handle about 14 boats at one time. the building was built in 1898, and the ferry boats were very popular up until the bay bridge got built in the early 1930's. at that time, the passengers shifted from taking the ferry boats out to going across the bridge and a ferry boat service diminished. >> the cars were a reduction in the use but also led to the development of the freeway in fron
committees set up through the port by the request of supervisor jane kim since august and this is the first opportunity to give you a comprehensive overview of some of the aspects of the project we have been talking about as well as talk to you about the fiscal feasibility report that is going to be considered by the board of supervisors budget and finance committee tomorrow. as you're aware the chapter 29 of the code requires that there are findings of fiscal feasibility for certain public /private and public projects flrd to move forward and commence in environmental review and we prepared a fiscal feasibility report and revie
diesel corporation shortly. they make diesel engines. we'll bring you the president's remarks live as soon as they start. >>> they met back in 1977, but the relationship was considered taboo until now. we'll take with jane and penny about becoming the first same sex couple to get their marriage license in washington states. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] campbell's green bean casserole. it's amazing what soup can do >>> celebrating and tieing the knot, same-sex couples gather to say i do to make uns legal. folks in maryland and maine have to wait a few weeks, but the new law in washington state went into effect on thursday. after a three-day waiting period here come the weddings. the next guests have made history. they were the first couple to get their marriage license in king county, washington and join us live. first of all, you guys have been together for 35 years. that's an accomplishment in and of itself. what is it like to finally be married? >> i'm sorry? >> tell us, what is it like to finally be married? >> oh, awesome. it's just unbelievable, too. we never thought this day wo
it. you look at various journalits who have looked at the movie some like jane merit with "the new yorker" and others familiar well security, like my old colleague at the atlantic thought it was a fair portrayal. wired thought it was an anti-torture movie. it's a debate that will be interesting to be haul more broadly >> bill: the"the atlantic," theatlantic.com. chris orr. this will be in broad release january 11th. >> that's right. >> bill: coming up also, we have les mis. he have i have seen that will trailer and talked to a friend who went for a screening. this is getting advanced reviews. have you seen it? >> i have. >> bill: and? >> i think people are really going to be divided by it. i think people who are devout fans of the musical are going to enjoy it. there is a lot to enjoy there. it's a big, ambitious film. it's two hours and 37 minutes long. >> bill: yes. >> about the same length as "zero dark 30." i think "zero dark 30" earns every minute. i think for a lot of people les miserable will drag. it has this terrific innovation to
for iran. sarah jane hughes is a law professor at indiana university. she joins us from bloomington. >> tom: professor, does this punishment for hsbc fit the crime? >> well, the parties clearly think that it does. >> tom: at $2 billion almost, it is cerinly gnificant largerthan the standard charter settlement from earlier this year. why the big difference? >> the duration, the number of individual violations, the number of countries involved, the fact that mexico is also involved. many factors. >> tom: let's talk about the global nature of this. to put it frankly, is money laundering a business model for global banking? >> well, money laundering is certainly a business model. and the united states has sent clear signals this year and before that it does not want it to be a business model for global banking. >> tom: but yet we still have two banks here that have paid the fines to settle the claims. how profitable is this kind of money laundering? >> i think we have to assume that the profits are huge and that that's a reason why the banks have been willing to run the risks of being caught. >
their limit of two. wow! >> your kids going well in school may not be the best idea. >> and lot of people are putting off their holiday shopping. let's go to jane king live from the new york stock exchange. >> almost holiday shopping crunch timing. ten days to christmas eve and they say, 6% of consumers will wait until three days to start shopping. they also say 58% has started shopping as of yesterday. investors are keeping an eye on retail industry. it showed no inflation out there. so it's been a concern of some but so far, looks like inflation not an issue for the economy. the dow and s&p 500 and nasdaq look like this morning, very quiet. it continues to be about the fiscal cliff and if there is any progress being made in washington. silicon valley index, down more than half a percent. sears and adobe having some luck offering web based subscriptions to the side ship fleet product. and if you are trying to get your child to do better in school, one may not make the grade paying children to get good grades. offering money can discourage kids from working hard and cause frustration and
be marketed to boys as well. ask the hasbro to drop the pink colors. her brother is asking one for christmas. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jane king, bloomberg news, for wbal-tv 11 news. back to you. >> thank you very much and have a great day. >> 6;20. terrell suggs is out again. >> here is a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. hope you have them. >> now insta-weather plus and traffic pulse 11 together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. not bad out there. a few delays starting to form. up to speed on the harrisburg is press way. down to bodoni, picking up just a bit southbound. -- down to padonia, picking up just a bit southbound. starting to build in volume down towards northern parkway. 95 southbound picking up in volume. five minutes to go south from the 895 split to the fort mchenry. we have water main break closures at tanglewood. 55 on southbound 295. watch for defective traffic light at crain highway and mayo road. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a chilly but quiet start on this thursday morning. 23 right now in fre
dietz, founder of dietz development and his attorney as well. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> good morning, don. >> we also invited jane perez, who did not respond to our requests. so, chris, do you think this is a big win for you? >> well, i think it's the beginning of an important win. let me clear something up quickly. those posted you pictures, the carpet with the stain, that's the original carpet. i never was allowed to install the correct carpet. she fired me before i got to install it. it had already been purchased so i couldn't install it. >> she's not here to defend herself, did not respond to our request. >> sure. >> we got a statement from perez's attorney saying she would abide by the judge's order as this. we got this as well. lawsuits of this nature can have a chilling effect on free speech since their intent is to use a lawsuit and the prospect of expensive legal fees to intimidate customers who have had bad experiences, from sharing those experiences with others. so, chris, does this lawsuit hurt your business more since customers are afraid that you might
in ireland? >> absolutely. well, you know, and in the united states planned parenthood were the architects of the hysteria that created the environment for roe vs wade, using jane roe, who later recanted and said he she didn't want an abortion and misleading statistics, somehow abortion would be good for our children and we've seen millions of children lost to the united states and millions a year. and ireland could say their protection of human right is something to fight for. and they have cases they brought before the european court and some were thrown out, false cases again trying to manufacture facts, trick people, mislead people and happening again in ireland. i think right now the lesson is clear, don't go the way of the misleading abortion industry trying to make a profit off of the pain of women and hurt women and children, and stand for human rights like you've done and america looks to you as a inspiration point and reinstitute the right to life in our own nation. [applause] >> i'm told by many liberals this is the most important thing that a woman in america and woman in irel
expected to be in the 50's, possibly lower. judging begins about tenants from now. grand marshal jane goodall known for her work with chimpanzees. and that is your west coast minute. well, if you are celebrating the arrival of 2013 tonight, finding a cab ride home after the party is going to cost you some serious going. as we go to break listed a lookism of today's winners and the nasdaq. apple, netflix, fears. cheryl: all right. well, how much would you pay to get a ride home on new year's eve after a night of partying? $50, 75, how about 100? it looks like going home tonight will prove uber expensive. >> reporter: $100 minimum. a minimum to step into the car if you're able to get a car. this is the on demand car service. and app that tracks the car for you precontracted and gps. you know exactly where you will pay up front. the company for warning all of us, if you want to use it tonight there will be plenty of cars available, but it is pointed cost you a pretty penny. the company said in an e-mail to users in new york and chicago, you must have been the mill over the weekend. new y
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